Not feeling romantic feelings / attraction is totally ok :) It can be called aromanticism, and some people even label it as an orientation in itself.
Attraction (whether romantic or sexual) is a spectrum that varies in intensity (no attraction ----> attraction) and in object (men, women, non-binary genders, people of any gender, people without considering their gender, etc).
It can varies in time during life or stay the same all the way.
Lack of romantic or sexual attractions are often considered as something abnormal, because it's not common, and it's easy to think about it as the symptom of trauma, past issues, mental illness or whatever... But it's just not the case at all.
The important thing to focus on is whether it's a burden for you (do you feel sad about it, do you "miss" that kind of connection, is it something you look after ?) or if it's ok with you (and the apprehension that there could be "something wrong with you" is due to social pressure, the will to feel "normal / like the majority" etc)...
If it's the first one, then maybe you could benefit from some help to identify how you can deal with it, find other way to connect, or explore if there is something that prevent you from feeling romantic attraction toward people.
If it's the latest, maybe you would want to work on liberating yourself from social expectations and pressure, and raising your sense of validity and self-esteem..
One thing is sure : you're not alone. The Ace community is reachable on the internet and I'm sure you'll be able to find lots of stories, ressources, support and answers to the questions you can ask yourself in this situation.
And don't forget, there is more than one way to love, more than one way to feel attraction toward people, more than one way to find happiness :)